SPA Professors Lonnie Schaible and Mary Dodge provided some perspective in a recent Denverite article “Denver’s next police chief already works here,” on Chief White’s retirement and potential successor.
In the News
SPA faculty, students, alumni and staff who have been in the news lately.
Lori Hughes, PhD, Associate Professor and Director of the Master in Criminal Justice (MCJ) Program at CU Denver School of Public Affairs was highlighted on her work with Professor James “Jim” Short, Jr in the article “At 94, WSU’s famed… Read More ›
Professor Mary Dodge sat down with reporter Jennifer Kovaleski to talk about the contents of the recently released, 2017 annual report from Denver’s Independent Monitor in this segment on Denver Channel 7.
It’s not just our alumni who are doing great things in their careers. Many of our current students are working as successful professionals while pursuing their degree. Congratulations to SPA student Laura Merrick who was recently named as the new President and CEO… Read More ›
SPA Professors Callie Rennison and Mary Dodge were quoted about their research in the Huffington Post article “Men Are Impersonating Police to Sexually Exploit Women, And We’re Not Paying Enough Attention.” The prevalence of men impersonating police is underreported, says Callie… Read More ›
As announced in the Delta County Independent, Greg Brinck (MPA ’16) is on track to become the Town of Cedaredge’s next town administrator. While at SPA, Greg participated in the Best and Brightest program and most recently served as the… Read More ›
SPA extends warm congratulations to Josett Valdez (MPA ’05), Chief Operating Officer, American Red Cross of Colorado and Wyoming and Adeeb Khan (DCLF ’09), Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at TIAA.
Professor Mary Dodge was quoted in the February 25, 2018 Denver Post article “Should a Denver cop get a second change to stay in uniform after a DUI and failed alcohol tests?” Keeping him off patrol should help the department… Read More ›
Professor Mary Dodge is quoted in the Feb. 18, 2018, Denver Post article “Multiple job changes, an old friendship and fighting crime: Denver’s new public safety director speaks” on the installation of Denver’s new public safety director and his previous professional relationship… Read More ›
Ph.D. alumna Phyllis Resnick ’08 recently co-authored the report “Exploring Colorado’s Housing Affordability Challenges in All of Their Complexity.” The report is cited extensively in the Jan. 28, 2018, Denver Post article “Denver’s chronic housing shortage may peak this year with deficit… Read More ›